Stephen Jaquiery

Immaculate images of declining species

Immaculate images of declining species

Award-winning New Zealand photographer David Hallett has given up a 40-year newspaper career to concentrate on his passion, wildlife photography.

Fuel falls on kiwi's strength

Fuel falls on kiwi's strength

Diesel and petrol prices fell yesterday as the strengthening New Zealand dollar - near record highs against its US counterpart - remains as a price-rise buffer for motorists.

Moody pictures shed light on subject

Moody pictures shed light on subject

Lighthouses by the very nature of their function were most often built at spectacular and wild locations.

Crammed in to support

Crammed in to support

Plunket The Big Pram Jam boosted the coffers of Plunket branches in Cromwell, Alexandra and Wanaka this week.

Terrific photos complement guide

Terrific photos complement guide

Just the right size to slip into a (ge

Trickiest of access worth the difficulty

Trickiest of access worth the difficulty

It's isolated. Getting there can be an adventure, as it only opens its door to the outside world for a short period each day; and that's the way the cribbies like it.

Hunting highlights from Howard Egan

Hunting highlights from Howard Egan

Howard Egan (77) writes about his trophy-shooting highlights in New Zealand, Africa and North America.

Snapshot of the NZDA

Snapshot of the NZDA

A wide gamut of activity is explored in this volume by the New Zealand Deerstalkers' Association as it marks its 75th anniversary.

Detailed accounts make an entertaining read

Detailed accounts make an entertaining read

A schoolboy with time on his hands in the library picked up a book by Barry Crump, followed by Philip Holden, and these writings spurred John Royle into a life as a hunter.

Great story of team-building and pig-hunting

Great story of team-building and pig-hunting

Andy Lyver is an enthusiast.